Stories by Carol Tucker:
The USC Dental Clinic at the Union Rescue Mission in Downtown Los Angeles offers comprehensive dental care for homeless adults and children.
West Meets East to Learn About Culture
A professor takes a dozen educators to Japan to immerse them in Asian art and religion. They return inspired.
A Poetic Undergraduate Wins a Prestigious Prize
New Facsimile Brings Oldest Hebrew Bible to Light
A 1990 photo expedition to Russia culminates in an exacting reproduction of the Leningrad Codex.
On the Road to Malaysia
New architecture studio class sends undergraduates overseas to study dilemmas of economic development.
Good Neighbors Campaign Funds 14 Community Partnerships
Strengthening the Bond Between USC and Hebrew Union College
A Very Poetic L.A. Event
When Adults Abuse a Child’s Fragile Trust
Escalating violence against children prompts experts to look at prevention strategies -and how to help kids who are already damaged.
USC-NIMH Study Links Childhood Sexual Abuse, Teen Pregnancy
A Look at Mexico’s Rising Architectural Star Emerging Architectural Star
Setting the Stage for Economic Vitality
(Second in a two-part series on the Figueroa Corridor)
Neighborhood Outreach Nets a 19 Percent Increase in 1997 Good Neighbors Campaign
Recasting the Figueroa Corridor
(First of a two-part series)
Staff Achievement Award Honors a Quiet Leader in Community Relations
Researchers Cast Keen Eyes on Angelenos’ Economic Recovery
No longer just sketchy accounts, data now show how county residents were affected by recent economic spirals.
LAS scholars examine the legacy of Kandinsky’s doomed experiment in interdisciplinary arts – the RAKhN.
From Footnotes to A Feature Film
The Honest Courtesan as Dangerous Beauty
USC Scientists Team Up With Museum Creators
Researchers provide a technical reality check for center.
Science Center Blooms in Exposition Park Park Gardens
New hands-on museum dazzles grown-ups and kids alike with high-tech fun.
‘Quick Wins’- Keys to Better Advising
Healing the Urban Infrastructure
Civil framework is mostly hidden and taken for granted. But lifelines for power and water are rapidly aging.
The Planning Behind L.A.’s Suburban Sprawl
Urban scholar Greg Hise disputes the notion that no one gave much thought to how the city was developed.